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Going Deep

Going Deep Becoming A Person of Influence

By Gordon MacDonald
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.68 Stars

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On 6/3 Timothy Pang wrote: The concept and focus of this book is refreshing and insightful, however, the style and format reads like a journal, short entries with dates, that consists mostly of conversations. For those who prefer a more didactic or textbook like format, with proper chapters and a systematic flow of idea and thought, ... Refreshing and insightful; format not for everyone

Timothy's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/16 Lukas William wrote: What is it that the church needs in order to produce discipleship? Is it really about number in the congregation or should it be about the depth of their relationship with God? I just finished reading Going Deep by Gordon MacDonald. In this book MacDonald uses a fictions church and congregation to ... Going Deep by Gordon MacDonald

Lukas William 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/11 Ding Chew Koon wrote: This Book is a moving, practical, fictional story written by a pastor at heart. Although the story pans out quite perfectly in the book, (real life may not be so smooth) the focus is there. Are the churches today willing to pull every resource and manpower together to cultivate deep people for greater ... GOING DEEP: BECOMING A PERSON OF INFLUENCE by GORDON MACDONALD

Ding's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/4 cupc8ks wrote: Going Deep re-visits Pastor Gordon MacDonald's fictional congregation in his book, Who Stole My Church. While I have not read that book, I felt this provocative statement from the book's description was intriguing: "The future of the Christian faith will not be determined by the number of people who ... Good ideas but slow moving

cupc8ks' Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/4 Michele Atha wrote: Just a few days ago our little congregation had a big meeting. It was a business session to decide how to go about spreading the influence of our group in 2013. Much of what was said included ideas that I had been mulling over since reading the book Going Deep by Gordon MacDonald. It's the latest book ... Deep Influence

Michele's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/11 Pete McM wrote: Going Deep is a strange book by Gordon MacDonald. It is a book about becoming a person of influence with the idea that while the church should be developing deep, influential leaders, they should be people who lead and influence not just within their church but at their workplace and family too. Which ... Going Deep review

Pete McM's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/6 Bridget Pitney wrote: Going Deep: Becoming A Person of InfluenceBy Gordon MacDonald I ordered Going Deep: Becoming A Person of Influence back in January and admittedly it has taken me this long to read it, not because it was a bad book but because it's been a very stressful year.  It was very much a book written for ... Book Review: Going Deep By Gordon MacDonald

Bridget's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/22 Alexandra Snyder wrote: I enjoyed Going Deep: Becoming a Person of Influence by Gordon MacDonald, but felt it was definitely written for pastors and other leaders within a church setting. Sadly, the objections voiced by "GMac's" colleagues to investing deeply in a small group of future leaders are all too typical in our churches. ... Great Content

Alexandra's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/17 spock wrote: What an incredible read. “Going Deep” is written by Gordon MacDonald and ably assisted by his wife Gail. It should be required reading for every up and coming church leader and Seminary / Bible College student. Dr.McDonald writes chronologically about the journey which God took him and Gail on in ... Going Deep by Gordon MacDonald

spock's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/28 Archie Isib wrote: A book that focuses on how to become a influential Christian leaders. Going Deep by: GordonMcDonald. I would have been a more motivated reader, "We seem to know how to get unchurched people to visit our buildings. We even seem to know how to draw them across the line into a declaration of personal faith ... going deep

Archie Isib's Rating:

5 Stars